Metallica unveil details and tracklisting of 'World Magnetic' live DVD

Metal giants to put out as-yet-untitled DVD on December 10

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Metallica have unveiled details of their new live DVD.

The footage was shot in Canada at the band's two World Magnetic shows in Quebec City in Autumn 2009 and was shot by their long-time collaborator Wayne Isham.

"There are still some 'i's' being dotted and 't's' crossed, so we can't give you a name or fancy logo just yet, but we're pretty excited that for the first time we get to hold all the reins on a release from start to finish.," they wrote on their website.

The tracklisting, which was voted for by fans on Metallica's website, is as follows:

'That Was Just Your Life'?
'The End Of The Line'?
'The Four Horsemen'?
'The Shortest Straw'?
'One'?
'Broken, Beat & Scarred'?
'My Apocalypse'?
'Sad But True'?
'Welcome Home (Sanitarium)'?
'The Judas Kiss'?
'The Day That Never Comes'?
'Master of Puppets'?
'Battery'?
'Nothing Else Matters'?
'Enter Sandman'?
'Killing Time'?
'Whiplash'?
'Seek & Destroy'

Bonus Songs?
'For Whom the Bell Tolls'?
'Holier Than Thou'?
'Cyanide'?
'Turn the Page'?
'All Nightmare Long'?
'Damage, Inc.'?
'Breadfan'?
'Phantom Lord'


Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett recently confirmed that the metallers will start work on their new album, the follow-up to 2008's 'Death Magnetic', "soon".

"Right now, we're kind of preoccupied with dealing with this 3D movie that we shot up in Canada last month," he said. "But once we're done with that, we're going to start hunkering down and putting riffs together. That's all going to happen soon. When asked whether Rick Rubin would be on production duties again, he said: "I really don't have an answer about Rick Rubin, although his name certainly comes up."

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